Are you looking for a fun winter song for practicing melody (re) on the music staff? Do you need melody activities for your music class? Frosty Weather Melody Activities and Flashcards is packed with melody reading and writing activities. Plus, as a bonus, my Kindergarten and 1st graders love singing this song and acting it out! Steady beat charts included for younger grades. Bonus slides for rhythm reading!Included:LyricsImprovise the LyricsVocal ExplorationSteady beat chartsRead the Melody on
5 print and go worksheets for students to review note values in a fun and engaging paper! Great for nearly every grade level! Add these to your sub tub!Rhythm and symbols to color include:- quarter notes/rests- eighth note pairs- half notes/rests- whole notes/rests- music staff (5 lines)Pictures are characters your students will recognize and love:- a Minion- Ana from Frozen- Harry Potter- Finn from Adventure Time- baby YodaTwo versions of each allow you to choose between note names (ie Quarter
Are you needing a cool song to teach rhythm (tim-ka) in music class? Fire in the Mountain Activities and Flashcards is packed with activities to practice dotted eighth notes sixteenth notes. Sing the song, improvise the lyrics, then practice reading the rhythm and melody. A fun song to practice dotted eighth sixteenth, plus read the pentatonic melody on the staff and with rhythms! My upper elementary students request this song and game for their game day!Includes slides for conducting to the ste
Are you looking for melody activities to teach low so? Teaching low so / low sol is fun with the Kodaly Concept Bundle: Songs to Teach Low So! These activities help build kinesthetic awareness and aural skills, as well as music literacy skills for reading and writing low so / low sol! Flashcards are also included!My students love to sing these awesome songs and play these games - they are some of the favorites in the music room! This bundle includes 7 song packs, with over 400 pages of goodies t
Are you looking for rhythm activities to teach syncopation in music class? Weevily Wheat is an awesome folk song for practicing low so/low la on the staff and for practicing syncopation rhythm patterns (eighth note, quarter note, eighth note). Movement activity (game) instructions included (rollicking hand clapping fun!), plus printable flashcards to use in small group centers and for individual assessment. The game that goes with this folk song is fun and energizing! It really gets my students
Beat the Teacher games are a great way to encourage positive behavior in the classroom. Here are a few digital beat the teacher versions that will allow you to incorporate these beat the teacher games into your virtual classrooms or brick-and-mortar classrooms. In a virtual classroom, simply share your screen during a Zoom or Google Meet session and drag and drop the game pieces where they need to go! Easy peasy. All Beat the Teacher games in this product are available in PowerPoint or Google Sl
Fact practice has never been so FUN! This fun, low-stress twist on "Mad Minute" timed testing is exciting and motivating for kids, and simple to do. To build automaticity, we try to "Beat the Clock" and complete 10 problems in 35 seconds, then 30 seconds, then 25 seconds. Along with a stopwatch, this makes an easy-to-implement math center activity.Included in this pack are twelve Beat the Clock pages, sorted by multiple (x1 through x12), each with thirty multiplication problems to solve. Tic
Need a fun elementary music activity? Need to add movement and brain breaks to your music lesson plans? Your students will love doing the steady beat with these colorful word cards. Start your favorite music with a strong steady beat and let your students move! The word wall will also work well as an elementary music bulletin board. There are 46 action cards with 23 different movements represented by a boy and a girl: blink, clap, hop, jump, jumping jacks, march, knee bends, pat toes, pat knees,
Looking for an elementary music opposites game for your elementary music lesson that will reinforce aurally identifying if there is a steady beat or not? Want it to work on tablets and web browsers? This music activity is an excellent addition to your music lesson plans or anytime you are working on music opposites. Engaging elementary music game for centers, whole group instruction, music sub tubs or distance learning! The product contains 15 student interactive slides. Each slide has several s
Steady Beat vs. Rhythm (ta and titi) Printables - Perfect for the Kodaly inspired elementary music room! These worksheets could be projected onto the board, printed out for each student or printed on card stock, laminate and have students use vis a vis markers for a fast assessment that you can wipe away and use again the next day, week, month, year!Although I have updated the set, I have left the old set in the download in case the simplicity works better for any of your classes.The old set inc
Teacher Vs Students whole class behaviour management strategy is fun, competitive and helps teach those important behaviours and routines! Simply choose a behavior to work towards, and a reward to earn, and have students earn points when displaying the correct behaviour (and teacher earning points when they don't)! 20 behaviours and 12 reward cards are included, plus an editable template to add your own. **For a closer look, please click on detailed preview above**What's included:16 teacher vs s
Are you a new music teacher or a veteran music teacher looking for some fresh ideas? Want to have a fantastic first day in music? Look no further! This is a tried and true set of lessons that will really hook your kids! Kid will leave that first day saying your class is SUPER FUN! If you can get that reputation, the kids will buy into all the amazing things you teach them in the future! Start your fabulous first day of music now!Note: This file is included in the following money saving Bac
3,2,1 Buzzer ... Get your students excited about reviewing ALL 4th grade MATH standards. Set the stage to engage with EASE by using this interactive PowerPoint Game. *If you don't have powerpoint, there is a PDF version and directions on how to print smaller cards.*Spend one day or one week playing this engaging game. Students will work in teams to beat the basketball timer. The game is divided into four quarters. Each quarter is comprised of 10 plays(questions). 40 questions + an overtime perfo
Building math fact fluency has never been so FUN! This fun twist on "Mad Minute" addition, subtraction, multiplication, & division practice is exciting and motivating for kids, and simple to do. We try to "Beat the Clock" and complete 10 problems in 35 seconds, then 30 seconds, then 25 seconds. Along with a stopwatch, this makes an easy addition/subtraction/multiplication/division math center activity.Each of these five packs of Beat the Clock includes nine Beat the Clock pages, sorted by ad
**MY BEST SELLER** Over 1,000 teachers have purchased Adverb Antics!Liven up your next adverb lesson with this active activity! Give your students a high-interest grammar activity that will drive home the 'adverb' concept ... and it's much more fun (for them and you) than a worksheet!*** MONEY BACK GUARANTEE*** : TeachersPayTeachers doesn't offer refunds, but I do! If you're not happy with this resource, I will make the changes you request, or refund your money personally through PayPal. You ca
A fun poem to teach Steady Beat vs Rhythm of the Words and Ta TiTi A great song for:-prepare, present, practice steady beat-prepare, present, practice Ta & TiTiRhythm Slides- beat icons- rhythm icons- slides to present Rhythm- slides to present Ta & TiTi- read the rhythm Printables and Teaching Tools:- 7 worksheets to practice rhythm writing, and identifying the number of sounds- rhythm cards with both stick and regular notation- icon cards with rhythm pattern- beat chartsOther Resourc
Are you looking for chants to use in your elementary music classes to help you prepare, present and practice steady beat vs. rhythm of the words? This set of chants is ideal for beginners working on this beat vs. rhythm concept.
This set includes slides that can be used to:
-Prepare/ practice/ assess steady beat
-Prepare rhythm as "the way the words go" with icons
-Practice "the way the words go"
-Comparatives: fast/slow, loud/soft, high/low
Each chant includes printable st
Play a kid friendly hangman game with my BEAT THE MONSTER! versionPerfect for lesson breaks and revision!I have also used this as a Zoom fun activity - just share your screen :)If you have any troubles - Please email me firstname.lastname@example.org and I'd be happy to help!Feedback is greatly appreciated :) AllyThe Young EducatorFollow me on Instagram to keep up to date with my latest resources!Join my VIE (Very Important Educators) Club to get my EXCLUSIVE FREEBIE Resources!
This year, I am looking trying to add more children's books into my elementary music lessons. This one was a huge hit with my kindergarten and first grade classes!This lesson is based off of the book Chicka Chicka Boom Boom by Bill Martin Jr. It includes singing, beat, rhythm, coloring, reading, and playing instruments! What could be better?This product includes a 21 slide powerpoint to help you teach this lesson (available in both stick notation and regular notation!), 7 printable pages for stu
This is a daily grammar practice program that provides grammar skills in short 4-5 minute lessons each day. Students practice a new grammar concept each week by doing a different task each day. This is perfect for students who are preparing to take the ACT, SAT, or EOC.
The daily tasks are outlined clearly in the preview, but here is a quick overview:
*Opportunities for correcting grammar mistakes
*Writing practice using the grammar focus of the week and a weekly inform
This is a great instructional manipulative that your students can use for notation and dictation. Using a beat strip in either 4/4 or 3/4 meter, students can compose rhythmic patterns or take dictation from the teacher. The patterns for 4/4 meter can be 4 or 8 beats in length and the patterns in 3.4 meter can be 3 or 6 beats in length.The rhythms are written in both stick notation and rhythmic notation with note heads. Rhythms included are:* Quarter note* Quarter rest* Eighth note* Sixteenth
Are you looking for a way to completely engage your students in a fun-filled and creative DANCE activity? The Beat Sheets- 8 Rhythm and Dance Sheet package provides you with a fun and organized, movement-based rhythm and dance activity that you students will love and ask for time and time again. The Beat Sheets package includes 8 progressive lesson experiences that utilize 8 “leveled” beat sheets which can be used in a PE Dance unit, as a fitness warm up or as an energizer in the classroom!Stude
Basics of Beat is an all-in-one interactive music lesson which guides students through the sights, sounds, and feel of steady beat basics in music. This PowerPoint Presentation uses real-life images, audio, playalong recordings, and video links to keep students meaningfully engaged in the concept of steady beat. This is the perfect introduction or review of steady beat for your music students!This resource is perfect for:✅ elementary music teachers✅ middle school music teachers✅ substitute teach
HUGE Printable AND GOOGLE READY Novel Study! We Beat the Street, a Complete Literature Guide for the novel by Drs. Sampson Davis, George Jenkins, and Rameck Hunt. The unit is completely printable, but paperless links are also provided for use with Google Classroom™ for distance learning. Both versions are included with your purchase. The five chapter quizzes and final test are now written in SELF-GRADING GOOGLE FORMS! Students use Chromebooks, Ipads, Laptops, Desktops, etc.Includes:Printable C